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YP Newsletter February 2018

March Power Hour

Ward County Sheriff Open Forum
March Power Hour



The position of Ward County Sheriff will be open for the 2018 Election and three candidates have announced their intentions to run.  Sheriff Bob Barnard, Candidate Michael McCloud and Candidate Robert Roed will be part of the YP Ward County Sheriff Open Forum on Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 from Noon - 1:30 pm at the Roosevelt Park Zoo.  This is a great opportunity to get to know each candidate and ask your questions!

Pizza will be served for lunch. Cost is $5 for YP members and $10 for non-members.

Please RSVP by Monday, March 19th.

Hope to see you all there!

Have A Heart Food Drive

Operation Sleep Tight

The Minot Optimist Club and United Community Bank are teaming up to spread their mission of giving back to the community and are encouraging area businesses to help gather pjs, pillows, twin sheets or monetary funds in support of the DVCC.
In honor of their 40th anniversary, Minot Optimists are challenging area businesses to hold a product drive at their place of business or make a donation to support nights of safety at the Domestic Violence Crisis Center. The Minot DVCC has determined that one night of safety is worth $40. The Optimists are using #minotoptimists40for40 to challenge area businesses.
To help the Optimists celebrate, United Community Bank will be hosting a pajama party for kids of all ages and their families at 10am on March 9. Party attendees can wear their pajamas and will be treated to a behind the scenes tour of the bank, popcorn, story time, and a visit from Tank the Tauro. Those attending are encouraged to bring a donation for the DVCC.
In 2017, the Domestic Violence Crisis Center (DVCC) sheltered 119 women, 73 children and responded to 1,173 crisis calls. Services are free and confidential and include 24-hour crisis lines, 24-hour emergency shelter for fleeing victims, and support groups for women and children who have experienced domestic and/or sexual assault. The women and children who enter the emergency shelter often come with no belongings and providing pajamas and bedding is an essential part of providing them comfort.
“Many of the women and children who enter the emergency shelter come with no belongings and providing pajamas is an essential part of providing them comfort,” states DVCC Assistant Director Tara Bjornson. 


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